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These are clearly Galerina, although it would have been good to get a shot of the gills for at least one of the caps. Just turn one over before shooting.
These are in the G. badipes/cedretorum group/complex/stirps, and they appear to be common enough on the coast. I was up in Pt. Reyes yesterday and got a good collection of these. Some of these I look at turn out to clearly be G. badipes, and others just aren’t. The Smith and Singer monograph is too confusing in this section to tell what these are, and I haven’t looked at enough really to find way to split them up yet. I need to look at more of these…
but it is also very similar to this galerina that I collected on the CA coast this year: http://mushroomobserver.org/14785?search_seq=279349
the gills are remaining brown, and i do not see bluing in the stipe base, but it is grossly similar to P. pelliculosa, and in the right habitat. i am spore printing as I type!
did you print this?
resembles something like Psilocybe Pelliculosa, ive never seen a galerina like that.
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